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Articles from Modern Casting (December 1, 1989)

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23rd census of world casting production - 1988. 222
Aluminum casting process finds new applications; developments in the Cosworth Process have spread its application to such fields as the aerospace and defense industries. Bray, Russell 785
Beware of cutting prices. Warden, T. Jerry 966
Cast iron symposium brings 100 to Tokyo. Loper, Carl R. 400
Coating quality, pressure assure dimensionally stable castings; carefully applied refractory coating and the use of isostatic pressure during casting solidification combats deformation, gas pinholing and microshrinkage. Thomas, Jacques 433
Conference combines broad mix of interests. Kanicki, David P. 579
Coreless induction melting conference weighs technology gains, foundry practices. Bex, Tom 865
Diecasters project steady growth for '90s. Merens, Norwin A. 800
Foundry technology in the 1990s; immense changes in metalcasting technology will mark the 1990s, offering both foundries and their suppliers challenges and opportunities. Booth, George N. 2734
Future of science at issue in America. Kanicki, David P. 713
Global competition provides new insights. Kanicki, David P. 614
Microprocessor charging control unit streamlines iron melting operations; a control-advisory system for cupola charging indicates proper inputs of iron, steel and coke. Griffiths, Anthony 1009
NC-designed tooling cuts scrap, improves quality in FPC manifold manufacturing; production tooling can reduce rejects, improve casting quality and lower casting costs. Dal Pan, Alfredo 814
Plasma torch heats up interest in the cupola; General Motors Corp. and Westinghouse have teamed up to develop a cleaner, more efficient plasma melting system at GM's Central Foundry Div. Kanicki, David P. 709
Research testifies to cored wire's applicability in ductile iron production; magnesium-containing wire is emerging as an effective, technically feasible treatment method. Bruckmann, Heinz 643
Testing and inspection: the final step in assuring casting quality. Bex, Tom 3458
Understanding insulating properties of permanent mold coatings; although mold coating application involves many complex factors, recent research has produced information that may make process control feasible in this area. Chiesa, Franco 782

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